Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge "What's This All About" Making Predictions Using Background Knowledge - Section 1: Hook


I think it is extremely important to use background knowledge to help students better understand what they are learning. In some cases, students do not have background knowledge to connect to, so as teachers we have to build that knowledge for them. In this case I did through vocabulary.

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"What's This All About" Making Predictions Using Background Knowledge

Unit 6: Setting A Purpose to Read
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: Students will use context clues and background knowledge to determine the plot of a story.

Big Idea: Students will recognize that making connections between text and self can help you better understand the main idea of a story.

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